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Airhostess's burnt body found

Published On : 06 Mar 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Kasargod: Revati (23), daughter of Batyan, a retired school teacher, was found near an abandoned water tank recently. Revati's body was lying a little distance away from her residence at Pookayam Chulippi.

Revati's parents were away paying obeisance at the temple at Manhadka when this shocking incident happened. On their return, the husband-wife duo were worried after finding that their daughter was not at home. They went searching for her and soon found her burnt down body lying some distance away.

Revati had completed air hostess course. After that she was at home since the last couple of months. No reasons for her death could be attributed immediately.







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